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phones -- racing off assembly lines in china and tonight hard at work inside this texas factory, the first smart phone made in america, about to come off the line and we are the first to see it. >> where would these phones have been made before? >> china. >> now they're made here. >> right here. >> reporter: arguing that it makes business sense to make these smart phones here. shipping costs from china slashed. but wages in china rising. >> they are putting together the factory as we speak. >> they are building. >> reporter: air force veteran tabitha debose looking for work no longer. >> it was boom, boom, pop. i got a job. >> now you're running the place. >> reporter: 14 assembly lines already. they're still hiring. >> 2,000 jobs by the end of august? >> correct. >> reporter: 2,000 new jobs in a factory actually built 20 years ago for old school cell phones. those jobs then outsourced to china. >> this factory went dark? >> absolutely. >> reporter: motorola's last phone made in america. >> this looks like it belongs in the smithsonian. >> reporter: the old one side by side with the new one. >>
more on the former president. >> reporter: whether it's mountain biking in texas or playing golf with wounded warriors, george w. bush at 67 seems to be as active and móykyy physically fit in retirement as he was during his white house days. but a routine physical yesterday found a blockage in a crucial artery that supplies the heart with blood. so this morning his doctors inserted a stent to prop open j> the artery so the blood can get through. bush has no history of heart trouble and his spokesman says prior to yesterday's physical he had absolutely no symptoms indicating a problem. in fact, he had just gone mountain biking over the weekend and less than three months ago did his annual 100 kilometer ride paying tribute to wounded warriors. >> here's the thing about life. you're going to get dealt a hand you don't want to play. it's going to happen to all of us. the question is how do you play the hand. >> reporter: as president, bush had consistently stellar health reports but there is no job more stressful than that one. here he is the year he was elected and here shortly bef
, they are still unknown. his lawyers say he's in hiding, but he's been spotted last month in texas by a state trooper who didn't seem to know who he was. >> you didn't see my name? >> no. what a coincidence. >> reporter: three weeks later this photo with the own of a gun factory in florida, the same manufacturer that made the gun used to shoot martin. he may be back in court soon, his wife faces a perjury charge for lying to the court about donations. his wife pleaded not guilty and has a court hearing tomorrow. matt gutman, abc news, miami. >>> now tonight we hear a former president talk about the moment someone tried to assassinate him. it's a long lost tape of president gerald ford testifying, describing the moment back in 1975 when that strange woman in red, a member of the manson family called squeaky fromme emerged from a crowd in sacramento. he says he looked at her face. he described it as weathered and then he says he saw the gun. here are his words. >> i had the impression she wanted to speak to me or shake my hand and as i moved to either shake hands or speak to her, i then noticed
to be put inside a mountain in texas. it will chime once a century. a kind of hello to the infin it in future. from a guy who loves the infin it in possibilities right now. >> we love the pioneer. we even like going down alleys that turn out to be blind alleys. every once in awhile, one of those blind alleys opens up into a broad avenue. >> and so we choose the aston h astonishing jeff bezos. we thank you for watching. "20/20" tonight in this week of lotto fever, how to get lucky and stay lucky. >>> and david mere, here this weekend. good night.
millionaires today, in colorado, texas and oklahoma, powerball ticket holders earned a $2 million prize. there were $1 million winner in a total of 16 states. white says he's been banking on this win for a while, something he joked about in a game with his siblings. >> the joke was their financial plan consists is of playing the lottery. everybody picked my name and they thought it was funny then. who is right now? >> reporter: white says his first purchase is likely going to be a 63 impala for his 80-year-old dad. as for the stores that sold those winning tickets they are all going to get a little jackpot of its own. this stop and shop says it's likely going to donate it's money to the community. people have been lining up to get their powerball tickets for saturday night's drawing, another $40 million. >> i love his first purchase by the way. thank you so much. >>> still ahead on "world news." go get your old cell phones. we're going to show you a new way to put hundreds of dollars in your pocket right now. it's real money. and the new thrill awaiting you on your vacation. is your fam
question "what is terrorism?" will arise tonight in texas as two sides gear up for one of the biggest military trials in decades. major nidal hassan charged with murder for his rampage at fort hood back in 2009. he will be defending himself. abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross reports that many of those he injured will be there to confront him and also to confront the army for what happened since. >> reporter: for the victims who will be called to testify, the trial means reliving the horror of what happened that day at fort hood, seen in this footage, obtained by abc news, taken moments after the shooting stopped. >> everyone is scrambling. it's chaos. >> a few seconds after he started shooting is when i took a round to the chest. >> reporter: the victims will also face cross-examination by the accused shooter himself, major nidal hassan, who has opted to serve as his own lawyer in the military trial. but even more upsetting for the victims, and what has led many to file this lawsuit, is the decision by the army to deny the injured and dead soldiers a purple heart, tre
invested in a 200-foot clock to be put inside a mountain in texas. it will chime once a century. a kind of hello to the infinite future. from a guy who loves the infinite possibilities right now. >> we love the pioneer. we even like going down alleys that turn out to be blind alleys. every once in awhile, one of those blind alleys opens up into a broad avenue. >> and so we choose the astonishing jeff bezos. >>> we thank you for watching. we're always working for you at abcnews.com. "20/20" tonight in this week of lotto fever, how to get lucky and stay lucky. on "20/20." and david muir, here this weekend. good night. >>> a grim discovery. researchers found. >> gf brown and the action he took this afternoon to head off a strick. >> grave situation. a little mistake turned into a big deal for one grieving family. michael finney steps in to help. >> and eleven at out side lands what. to expect this weekend. >> and that breaking news outside vacaville. searchers discovered a body while looking for this missioning oakland woman. >> we don't know who it is yet, but sandra coke's family is fo
it to texas. that would be much better. but if a piece of that moisture slams us and goes along the stationary front -- and i want to show you the numbers, david. this is what's going to happen. this is what's going to happen regardless because that stationary front dropping more and potential flash flooding tallahassee up to raleigh. >> and the tropical storm you were tracking last night with diane, good news? now a tropical depression, erin, and weakening even more. let's look at the path. it stays out in the atlantic and keeps weakening. not getting close. maybe a brush with bermuda, but we'll be watching. >> see you in the morning. thank you. >>> to the west tonight and at least 11 states not getting rain but sorely in need of it. dozens of wildfires still burning out west, including the beaver creek fire, near hailey, ketchum, and sun valley, idaho. the fire now covers 85 square miles. 800 homes were evacuated because of the unpredictable flames. warnings that near record drought throughout the west could now lead to yet new fires. >>> now to the town devastated by the ef-5 tornado back i
: friday night in texas. thousands of high school players will take to the field tonight. this early in the school year, many have already learned one lesson. what a concussion feels like. >> i blacked out, was dizzy, kind of saw stars. >> i went to the locker room and everything was just like a blur, like nauseous, really dizzy. >> reporter: so what's being done to keep these players safe? >> work up and through. eyes up! >> reporter: nearly 3,000 youth leagues in all 50 states have adopted new standards for tackling, teaching kids to keep their heads up -- the best way to avoid a concussion. >> we're helping change the culture of the game. >> reporter: the nfl-funded program is called "heads up football," and critics say it's little more than a pr campaign. at the college level, teams like virginia tech placed sensors into the foam of players' helmets to record the power of hits in g's. anything over a certain level and the team doctor gets a page. despite those efforts, the numbers are alarming. a recent study of high school sports injuries found that more than 140,000 young athle
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